Blog search engine Technorati raised an additional $7.6 million in Series C funding in June from previous investors Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Mobius Venture Capital. The information has been picked up from a SEC document files by one of the investor’s limited partners. Notably, August Capital, a previous investor, did not participate in this round. This news comes just after news of rival Feedster’s recent funding.
People have had a close eye on the company recently. Traffic continues not to spike, some employees have left, and rumored acquisitions didn’t pan out. Given that the previous round was in 2004, the company had to be low on cash. Our assumption is that this round was done at a flat or down valuation. Technorati will not comment on corporate activities, so additional information will almost certainly not become available.